Dynamics Days Digital 2020: Contribution Submission
We are now welcoming contributions for the online confernece Dynamics Days Digital 2020 (DDD2020) that will take place in the week of Aug 24, 2020 using the videoconferencing system Zoom.
◼︎ All oral contributions (minisymposium or contributed) are 20 minutes. All talks will be recorded and we aim to make them publicly available after the conference. Please note that space for oral contributions is limited so if we cannot accommodate you, we will offer you a poster.
◼︎ DDD2020 will feature a virtual poster session. Poster presenters will host a Zoom session (a free account will be sufficient) to present their poster using the screen sharing feature. Note that posters are drop-in sessions, so giving a full length talk is not appropriate.
Please note that there is a maximum of one contribution per participant. You will be asked to confirm that you understand these conditions below.
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Early Career Academic
Please note that there is limited capacity for oral contributions. If we are unable to accommodate a slot for an oral contribution, we will offer a poster instead.
Minisymposium contribution (by invitation only, requires key below)
If you are submitting a minisymposium contribution, please enter the minisymposium key provided by the organizer(s).
Maximum 100 characters.
Maximum 1000 characters (you can include simple in-line LaTeX code, but not diagrams).
Any comments? (optional)
Please confirm all statements.
If I speak in a session of DDD2020 (minisymposium or oral contributed), I give permission for the talk to be recorded. (This permission is required to participate in DDD2020.)
I understand that any recording I may be part of may be uploaded to a publicly available repository. (This permission can be withdrawn.)
If I present a poster, I will create a Zoom meeting and share the information with the organizers upon request (see above).
This is my only proposed contribution to DDD2020.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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